This group was suggested as a way to follow up on the discussions spawned at Moshe Weitzman's DrupalCon Brussels 2006 talk on Implementing a fully baked Wiki module for Drupal.
Let's conclude some of those thoughts and translate them into code!
It allows you to embed node fields (images, videos, files and any others) right in the node body using a simple inline tag:
- fieldname — machine name of a field
- items (optional) — index of item (or range of items)
- position (optional) — 'default', 'center', 'left' or 'right'
All following constructions are supported:
I am looking at ways of making my wiki easier to use for non familiar visitors.
Does anyone know of wysiwyg plugin or editor that has the follwing functionality:
A user can highlight a bit of text, click a button and create a wiki link to a creation form.
I'm looking to integrate this with wiki-tools.
I would also like to limit who has access to this function.
Any advice would be appreciated.
My objective is to get a Drupal wiki working. I haven't found a simple check list to help with this. Currently I have the same problem as several others with double bracket links being directed to wikipedia rather than my wiki (http://drupal.org/node/665474).
I've played around with the Drupal Commons wiki and it WORKS. I want to implement it! Does anyone know what modules it uses? Is it flexifilter or pear wiki or what? Can we reverse engineer that bundle to give ordinary Drupal users a SIMPLE way to get a wiki working?Read more
Initially asked the question in the forums without any interest, so I am trying to see if anyone has some thoughts on http://drupal.org/node/1072454.
Would like to ask if anyone can think how it would be possible to distinguish or log Links to Wiki Article Pages that do not yet have content in a Drupal Wiki. My current system is using wikitools where if the URL /wiki/EMPTY_PAGE_NAME is entered into browser or linked, it will go to a page to create that article.Read more
I am having some trouble getting freelinking to work within a OG-based educational site based on Open Atrium. I have separate groups with their own wiki content types, but when a link is created in one group and page is made and then another group creates a similar [[link] it links to another group's wiki page instead of its own group. Anyone else have a similar problem? Any solutions?Read more
I'm trying to create a type of database, with Public contribution in mind. It's not exactly how Wikipedia works, but the idea is there. This will be for a music site. There'll be 3 content-type: Artiste, Album, Music.
Right now, all of the contrib modules I'd found didn't match exactly with what I wanted to do. Wikitools and freelinking.Read more
Wanted to let folks know that the Drupal 6 and eventually Drupal 7 upgrade for the http://socialmediaclassroom.com project is going to be done in a way that will make it:
An optional install profile to use with OpenScholar as base
The features of "Blog, Forum, Wiki, Chatroom, Social Bookmarking, Learning E-Portfolio (and microblog and RSS and other data import in Drupal 6 version)" will also be features available for other types of sites if the OpenScholar install profile is run.
i Need some help on drupal... i been looking for help almost two days now...
well my requirement is to brining content from wiki. like i have 3 menus brazil, germany, spain.
when i click on the links i need to retrieve the contents from wikipeida site.
well i have installed drupal 6.15. i have enabled books module and i installed the module wikitools-6.x-1.2.tar.gz and contents type listed wikipage and after that i dont knw what to do....
now what i need to do to create 3 menus and the contents frm wiki??//
Pls someone guide to me to do my requirementRead more
Last updated by pillarsdotnet on Thu, 2011-06-30 01:16
Modules supporting uploading images inline into WYSIWYG textareas.
If you are looking for more detailed reviews, check this wiki post
Must have (criterias):
- Must have a kind of a dialog to add it inline - so integrate with the WYSIWYG editor in kind of a way
Drupal(wiki) is now officially listed on the wiki-comparision page #1 : www.wikimatrix.org
We are happy to announce the successful implementation of Drupal as Wiki in the Drupal Wiki project. It is build on vanilla Drupal 6 and creates a new level of integration of Wikis or even more precise, for Drupal in Intranet-Applications.Read more
I have a map content module which use to create own maps. Now I want to use the organic group to share the map content as the wiki page. I don't know how to deal with it? Would you give me detailed steps for creating the organic group wiki page?Read more
Last updated by Zou XiaoHang on Thu, 2010-04-15 07:11
I have a map content module which use to create own maps. Now I want to use the organic group to share the map content as the wiki page. I don't know how to deal with it? Would you give me detailed steps for creating the organic group wiki page?
Thank you very much!Read more
I don't think there is any clean implementation of a wiki-like format for drupal.
And yes I know about flexifilter and customfilter, both of which didn't work for me.
I am developing a module for the same and am seeking partners for the module.
A large part of it is already over, except for implementation of Lists and NoWiki things.
So any volunteers ?Read more
While the more expansive workflow features that were proposed did not make it in time for code freeze, we still have an opportunity during the current "code slush" period to make a few key alterations to the underlying Drupal database. This will enable further development in Contrib of comprehensive workflow and content moderation modules, with an eye towards D8. However, time is running out. After October 15, all hope is lost.Read more
The upcoming Drupal 7 update brings with it a great opportunity to provide better support in Core for advanced workflows with content moderation, but the code freeze is fast approaching and this opportunity may pass us by. I encourage all developers to check out Support Revisions in Different States in the Drupal issue queue and lend a hand.
Why you should care?Read more
Moderation seems to be a large issue with any wiki system I have used. If there is any level of moderation, it is by users with special role that have some level of trust with the webmaster and are tasked with reviewing changes to the wiki. Sometime, it is just the wiki owner who is responsible for this task. Then there are wiki's like Wikipedia, which go unmoderated. User's are, for the most part, free to change anything they please (until they are banned) and then their contribution (or vandalism) is available for all to see until another competent user reverts it.
Wiki's are community driven websites, and it is for this reason that I think moderation should be a task for the community.Read more
I was a bit disappointed with the fact that Freelinks didn't support embedding images, so I created a patch to make it do that. If you have the Image module installed and you freelink to an image node, you see the image preview on the page instead of the node title for the image. I submitted an issue (including the patch to implement it) here:
* This option must be explicitly turned on in the freelinks configuration page.
* You need the Image module for this to work, although not having it won't cause freelinks to break.